Packing Baked Goods for a Bake Sale

When our church has a bake sale, I take several of the cardboard box bottoms (that cases of canned soda pop comes in from the store). If a bake sale customer buys quite a few plates of baked goodies, all can be placed in the cardboard box bottoms, in a single layer without being stacked on top of each other and flattened, like if they'd been placed in a plastic grocery bag, to carry home. This is crucial in case they're buying the baked items for someone else or to use as a gift.

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By Terri H. from NV

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